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Wortman Cemetery
Cass County, Nebraska

Sec 24, South Bend Township
Lat: 41° 00' 05"N, Lon: 96° 19' 51"W

This listing was contributed by Anne Braun, Oct 24, 2002 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. 
Total records = 21.

From Ashland, go 3 miles east on Highway 66 until you see 274th Street turn south and go on a dirt or minimum maintence road for about 1 mile. The cemetery is on the east side of the road. You can see the cemetery from Interstate 80.

This a pioneer cemetery that dates back to the mid 1860's. The Wortman family is buried there. There are no new burials in this cemetery..

There were a few headstones that I could not read, when I went to this cemetery on Jun 207, 2002. I walked the cemetery again on Oct 11, 2002.

- Anne Braun

Barrow, Infant, d. Mar 6 1893, age 3da, Daughter
Barrow, Myrtle, d. Mar 6 1893, age 26yr 1 month and 7da, w/o John W.
Beven, Francis, b. May 21 1842, d. Apr 19 1895
Hunter, Leonard, b. 1909, d. 1917
Motin, Carl, b. Dec 21 1851, d. Jun 03 1913
Neuman, A., geb 30 Nov 1830, gest 4 Dec 1909
Neuman, Frederick A., b. 1861, d. 1924
Richards, A. L., b. Apr 6 1834, d. Jun 5 1900, Civil War Veteran
Richards, Cansady, b. May 15 1836, d. Feb 27 1908, w/o A. L.
Richards, Charley, b. Jan 6 1874, d. Nov 11 1881
Richards, Effie, b. 1883, d. 1906
Richards, Infant, b. and d. Sep 9 1904, s/o s/w and K. Richards
Richards, Mary, b. 1887, d. 1889
Romin, Catherine, b. Nov 13 1872, d. Oct 2 1913
Woodruff, Nettie A., d. Apr 25 1879, age 11 years
Wortman, Abigail, b. Feb 2 1874, d. Sep 25 1874
Wortman, Alma E., b. Dec 18 1861, d. May 18 1864
Wortman, Charles S., b. Feb 18 1832, d. Aug 18 1915
Wortman, Elizabeth, b. Jan 12 1837, d. Nov 2 1901
Zaar, Carl J., d. Dec 27 1900, age 60yr 10mo 16da
Zaar, Martha, d. Jan 11 1903, age 55yr 9mo 5da
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